Nudging your way to a higher retirement income

IFS lists the challenges facing the UK pensions system

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Adrian Boulding explores the concept of nudging savers towards building a higher retirement income, including the self-employed section of the workforce...

Last month, the Institute of Fiscal Studies published its 37-page Pensions Review paper entitled ‘Challenges for the UK pensions system: the case for a pensions review'. The new IFS-led review is supported by the Abrdn Financial Fairness Trust and has received valuable input from luminaries from the world of politics and the pensions industry including Alastair Darling, David Gauke, Mubin Haq, Joanne Segars and David Sturrock. It will run for two years. Many have speculated that this review is happening because of the lack of enthusiasm from both major political parties to fund a full...

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